Sixteen tech companies claim a spot on Glassdoor's annual "Top 25 Companies for Work-Life Balance." Maybe canceling the work-from-home option at Yahoo wasn't such a terrible move after all.
The new BlackBerry Balance service lets RIM smartphone owners engage in both personal and work-related activities with the same device.
Blackberry use is not overtime if you ask me.
Participating in CES taught (parent.thesis) blogger Amy Tiemann an unexpected lesson about work-life "balance." Sometimes you just have to throw youself into one experience at a time.
Despite their potential negative impact, using mobile devices helps increase productivity, CIOs say in a survey.
A new list of the 25 companies that give employees a good work-life balance has 12 tech companies on it, but the only big name is LinkedIn. And Facebook has fallen off the list since 2011.
Perksatwork.com, a provider of employee portals, today announced that it raised $67 million in its third round of funding, led by Technology Crossover Ventures, Thomas Weisel Capital Partners and Blackstone Capital Partners III. The latest round featured new investors Cendant, the European Web Group, E*Trade and Dorsett Capital and existing investors US Venture Partners, IT Ventures and Comdisco. The company plans to use the funding to expand its service offerings and global operations--extending its position in providing commerce, community and content solutions that enable employees to achieve a positive work/life balance.